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MetPy Mondays #108 - f-strings and string formatting

f-strings are a great way to improve your code readability and speed!

MetPy Mondays #107 - Declarative Plotting the GFS

This week we use MetPy, Siphon, xarray, and the declarative plotting interface to make a forecast temperature map!

MetPy Mondays #106 - Choosing a colortable for your data

Colortables are vital for presenting your data. This week we'll talk about how to choose them and show an example of issues you can encounter.

MetPy Mondays #105 - What is **kwargs?

You've probably seen **kwargs in Python code before, but do you know what it means? Learn what it is and how to use it on this week's MetPy Monday!

MetPy Mondays #104 - What is *args?

You've probably seen *args in Python code before, but do you know what it means? Learn what it is and how to use it on this week's MetPy Monday!

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